If you silence the alarm for any reason and there is subsequent oxygen supply failure within the next 2 minutes no breakthrough alarm on Oxylog 3000
Fantastic basic video introduction to the Oxylog 3000 – you may not be able to own the Oxylog 3000, but you’ll be able to borrow it for the duration of your patient’s transport!
If you’re a doc or nurse in Australasia and you take care of critically ill patients chances are you should be familiar with the Oxylog 3000.
Question a) List and briefly describe the different mechanisms by which an ICU ventilator may detect (and thus is triggered by) a spontaneous inspiratory effort. Include in your answer the utility and potential disadvantages of each mechanism. (60% marks) b) Outline the mechanisms by which an ICU ventilator may cycle from inspiration to expiration.(40% marks) […]
respiratory distress, hypoxia, tracheostomy, high pressures, ventilator
ICU management of severe asthma
Weaning tracheostomy patient breathless on the ventilator.